Executive ESL

July 20, 2017

 

Are you an Executive that speaks English as a Second Language?

Are you in a cloud of AMBIGUITY?

Shift focus. Be authoritative. Produce novel solutions.

Do you need to be more DIRECT?

Be candid. Be straightforward. Achieve positive results without being rude.

These are key management and life skills needed to SUCCEED - and the words you choose to deliver your message, make all the difference.

 

Learning American English is not  only about grammar, vocabulary and accent. You can get top scores on tests and still struggle to COMMUNICATE EFFECTIVELY.

What you INVOKE in the listener and the FEELING that is IMBUED in your SENTIMENT, can mean the difference between:

 

Job or NO Job.

Deal or NO Deal.

Funding or NO FUNDING.

Having Executive Presence or not.

Having your ideas listened to or not.

 

Now is the time to uplevel your English skills.

EMPOWER your language and TRANSFORM your life.

A SUBTLE difference in your communication, can have MASSIVE Impact.

 

Contact me today to get you started.

Laura@ESLlanguagecoach.com, www.ESLlanguagecoach.com

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#Artists #Filmmakers #Interview #ArtistStatement #Resume #Bio #CoverLetter #PR

 

Good resources for ESL #AmericanEnglish.

Merriam-Webster: www.merriam-webster.com, www.LearnersDictionary.com

  1. AMBIGUITY: a word or expression that can be understood in two or more possible ways :  an ambiguous word or expression, something that does not have a single clear meaning : something that is ambiguous

  2. DIRECT: said or done in a clear and honest way : sincere and straightforward

  3. INVOKE: to mention (someone or something) in an attempt to make people feel a certain way or have a certain idea in their mind

  4. IMBUED: : to cause (someone or something) to be deeply affected by a feeling or to have a certain quality

  5. SENTIMENT: an attitude or opinion

  6. SUBTLE: hard to notice or see : not obvious

  7. EMPOWER: to give power to (someone/something), to promote the self-actualization or influence of

  8. TRANSFORM: to change (something) completely and usually in a good way

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